Colour Prevails is that brand at my local drugstore that I always see, admire the pretty packaging…but haven’t tried anything from. To be honest, I think after three years of blogging about beauty I’ve only ever see one other person share a review on the products in this line. So, I asked on my Snapchat if you guys would be interested in a review of some of the products in the line and I got so many requests for a review…so I went shopping!
Really quick, before we dive into the post I did want to share these new business cards I got from Social Circle Cards. I saw another beauty blogger friend share them on her social media and was so intrigued!
Aren’t these just the cutest?? I think they’re so different from the traditional business card. And they include a little circle tin to keep your cards in. How bomb is that?! If you are looking for social cards that are unique and can be edgy, feminine, girly, or hip…you need to check their website out! Yes, that’s right, these cards can just include all your social handles so that you can hand it out to new friends. How cool, right?!
Nonie Creme Colour Prevails
I didn’t know what to expect with this foundation, but I must say I was pleasantly surprised with the results I got. It gives light to medium coverage, but easily builds to a medium. I really enjoy wearing this on the natural days where I want my skin to show through a bit. Another important note to mention is that it wore really well on my oily skin. It didn’t help keep it matte, but it didn’t make me look any oilier, which I appreciated. Didn’t fade too badly, either. So if you like a more natural look to your foundation, or mainly just want something to color match your face to your body (my face never tans!), this is a nice option.
Okay, this palette gets an extra point for packaging — I mean, come on! It’s just so pretty! Buy anyways, let’s talk about the eyeshadows! They’re all very cool-toned, shimmer shadows. I loved the cool tone aspect of the palette, but since I don’t like to work with shimmer in my crease…that was slightly disappointing not to have any
They aren’t the most intense shimmers — nothing in comparison to the LORAC shimmer formula, for example. But they are decent. Some take some building up, but over all they remind me of the shimmer shades in the La Palette Nude. Here’s an eye look that I created using this palette.
My cool taupe #drugstoremakeup eyelook ❤️❤️ Product details in previous post ❤️❤️ I'm sorry the color is very cool…My white balance was off 🙄🙄 I can't wait to share my full review of the @colourprevails palette — to be honest the shade I used in this eyelook is probably the chalkiest of them all, but I think I was still able to use it to create a beautiful look without too much extra effort ☺️👍🏼 #highstreetbeautydrugstorechallenge @highstreet_beauty #highstreetbeauty #colourprevails #ladykaty92
They say you can use these shadows wet, but I honestly didn’t see any difference in the intensity of the shadows. So….ehh, this palette was okay. I am not crazy about it, but there are a few standout shadows: Jasper and Rock are definitely my two favorites to work with. The others are very dry, chalky, and…they work, but nothing amazing.
I’m going to just say it — this is my favorite product out of all the Colour Prevail stuff I tried. 🙂 The lipstick reminds me of a lip butter, which is awesome for the everyday look. The gloss is very comfortable, too, and while I don’t really see the need to wear these both together, I enjoy wearing one or the other. Or even using the gloss on top of a different lipstick to give it that shine. I highly recommend! (Arm swatches below!)
The lipstick/lipgloss duo and this cream multi stick were sent to me last year, so they’re the only two products I did not purchase myself. I am not a big cream-products-user (did that even make sense?) so I personally don’t care for this product — but it’s nothing against the product. I just don’t tend to reach for creams. It applies…weirdly, I would say, if you try to use it straight from the tube (see arm swatch below). But if I take a bit on my cheek and blend it in, it’s extremely easy to blend out.
It’s not the most pigmented blush, but I would say if you had nice skin naturally you could totally just use this to add a bit of flush to your cheeks and be good to go. For me, because my face doesn’t match my skin and I have a lot of hyper pigmentation and acne scars…ehh, doesn’t work for me, lol! So…I hope that helps you decide if this is worth purchasing or not! 🙂
You guys know I love my winged liner, so of course I had to pick this up! I love the packaging! But for me…this didn’t work, and for a few reasons. Because of the small bottle, the liner applicator was very short. And with the fancy top it actually got in the way a bit as I tried to create my wing. The bristles (or whatever they are) where also very scratchy. Like, not crazy-painful, but it certainly didn’t feel good…at all, lol. Another strike against it was that it left a very shiny finish to my wings (see eye look above). Very shiny, and also the way it dried…it felt stiff on my lids and I was aware of it all day. 🙁
Have you tried any products from Colour Prevails? Or, if there are any other products from the Colour Prevails line you would like me to review, let me know in the comments below!
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